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Mandy Patinkin with the Cincinnati Pops Orchestra

Emmi MacIntyre
Friday, 8 p.m.; Saturday, 8 p.m.; Sunday, 2 p.m., Sunday April 21 | $25-$40.

  The Cincinnati Pops Orchestra closes its 2012-13 Music Hall season with a triple threat. Mandy Patinkin, star of Broadway, film and television, hits the stage with the Pops. Pops Conductor John Morris Russell leads the Orchestra in the first half of the program with selections from films such as The Princess Bride (in which Mr. Patinkin famously portrayed the vengeful son Inigo Montoya), Jurassic Park and The Terminal. Then Mr. Patinkin takes the stage for the second half of the program (with guest conductor Eric Stern and guest pianist Paul Ford), performing musical selections from his versatile vocal career.

Ticketholders are invited to dine at Music Hall prior to the Friday, April 19 performance. The Pops Prelude Dinner is only $40 per person (including tax and gratuity) and includes a seated banquet style dinner in the Critic’s Club catered by The Phoenix. Call the Box Office or visit the website to view the menu and purchase tickets.

Where: Music Hall
Phone: (513) 381-3300
Address: 1241 Elm St.
Website: www.cincinnatipops.org

Music Hall

1241 Elm St.
Cincinnati, Ohio
Cincinnati's premiere classical music performance hall. Home to Cincinnati Pops Orchestra, where celebrities galore regularly pop into town to perform everything from Broadway showtunes to modern ear worms. Led by a rotation of well-respected conductors (www.cincinnatipops.org). Also home to Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, which has received recognition via international tours (www.cincinnatisymphony.org), Cincinnati Symphony Youth Orchestra, which features area students in grades 9-12 (cincinnatisymphony.org/Content.php?id=23), Cincinnati BoyChoir, which tours the world and performs concerts through the holiday season (www.cincyboychoir.org), Cincinnati May Festival, the oldest choral festival in the Western Hemisphere (German immigrants started it here in 1872)which presents two weeks of glorious singing each May (www.mayfestival.com) and Cincinnati Opera, the nation’s second-oldest opera company which stages four productions every summer with national and international opera stars (www.cincinnatiopera.com).
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